Best Parks and Camping around Pinnacle, NC

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Academy Street Park

Academy Street Park
601 South Academy Street
Mooresville, NC
Features:BasketballDog ParkPlayground
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Anderson Community Park

Anderson Community Park
55 ACRES, formerly Carrboro Community Park, Hwy. 54 West (1/4 mile west of the 54/ Old Fayetteville Road intersection)Park Amenities:baseball/softb...
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Andrew Jackson State Park

Andrew Jackson State Park
196 Andrew Jackson Park RD
Lancaster, SC
Andrew Jackson State Park combines history, art and community activities into a setting that has made it one of the S.C. State Park Service’s...
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Audra State Park

Audra State Park
Audra State Park Road
Buckhannon, WV
Before the turn of the century, West Virginians were drawn to the natural beauty of the Middle Fork River and its surroundings. This area is now Au...
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Azalea Park

Azalea Park
Old Lynchburg Road
Charlottesville, VA
Azalea Park consists of 23 acres of level land located off Old Lynchburg Road at the southern edge of the City near Interstate 64.  The City secur...
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Babcock State Park

Babcock State Park
486 Babcock Road
Danese, WV
About:-. Babcock State Park offers its guests 4,127 acres of serene, yet rugged beauty, a fast flowing trout stream in a boulder-strewn canyon and...
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Bakers Creek Park

Bakers Creek Park
1275 West A Street
Kannapolis, NC
Bakers Creek Park is designed as an active community park. This 40-acre park is open daily, though hours vary from season to season.  Bakes Creek ...
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Battle Park

Battle Park
Country Club Road
Chapel Hill, NC
On July 1, 2004, at the request of James Moeser, Chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the North Carolina Botanical Garden...
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Bays Mountain Park and Planetarium

Bays Mountain Park and Planetarium
853 Bays Mountain Park Road
Kingsport, TN
Bays Mountain Park is home to a $1.3 million dollar state-of-the-art planetarium theater featuring a 40-foot dome, 6.1 surround sound and a Carl Ze...
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Bear Creek Lake State Park

Bear Creek Lake State Park
22 Bear Creek Lake Road
Cumberland, VA
Nestled in the heart of the Cumberland State Forest in central Virginia, Bear Creek Lake is less than an hour west of Richmond. It's the perfect ge...
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Beartown State Park

Beartown State Park
683 Droop Park Road
Hillsboro, WV
About: Beartown State Park is a natural area of 107 acres located on the eastern summit of Droop Mountain, seven miles southwest of Hillsboro, Wes...
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Beech Fork State Park

Beech Fork State Park
5601 Long Branch Road
Barboursville, WV
About:- Beech Fork State Park was officially opened in the winter of 1979 and offers 3,144 acres of some of the best recreation experience in the ...
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Blue Jay Point County Park

Blue Jay Point County Park
3200 Pleasant Union Church Road
Raleigh, NC
Natural HistoryBlue Jay Point County Park is a 236-acre park that was once primarily agricultural land. A majority of this acreage is now second-gr...
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Blue Ridge Parkway

Blue Ridge Parkway
Starts in Asheville 47.6 Miles
Asheville, NC
About the Blue Ridge ParkwayOutstanding scenery and recreational opportunities make the Blue Ridge Parkway one of the most visited sections of the ...
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Bluestone National Scenic River Park

Bluestone National Scenic River Park
County Route 27/2
Glen Jean, WV
About:- The Bluestone River and the rugged and ancient gorge it has carved is a richly diverse and scenic area of the southern Appalachians. Blues...
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Bluestone State Park

Bluestone State Park
From the Sout on Interstate 77, take the Athens Rd. Exit (exit 14) to WV 20 North
Hinton, WV
About: Bluestone State Park encompasses over 2,100 acres of rugged, heavily forested, mountainous terrain, and provides a wide variety of water-or...
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Boone KOA

Boone KOA
123 Harmony Mountain Lane
Boone, NC
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Breaks Interstate Park

Breaks Interstate Park
627 Commission Circle
Breaks, VA
Frontiersmen used to call a passage through the mountains a “break.” Such breaks were a rare thing indeed, offering the early settlers ...
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